SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries
from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.12
Felmn, fir William, killed in Spain, III. 49*.
Felton, fir Thomas, captured by the French under the duke of Anjou, IV. 314.
Fenestrages, the lord Broquart de, takes the town ^ , of Hans, II. 448.—Defeated and captured by fir Euftace d'Ambrcticourt, 452.
Ferdinand, king of Portugal, declares war againft John king of Caftille, V. 324.—Applies to England for affiftance, 325.—Takes the field againft the Spaniards, VI. 61.— Makes peace with the king of Caftille, 63". —Marries his daughter the infanta to him, 67.—His death, 67.—Marries the wife of one of his knights, VII. 372.
Ftrrol, the town of, taken by the king of Portu-gal, VIIL 284;
Fitzwalter, the lord, dies in Spain, IX. 171.
Flanders, the origin of the civil wars in, V. 95.
Flanders, the nobility of, make war on the men of Ghent, V. 170.
Flanders, the earl of, (lain at the battle of Crecy, II. 168. ,
, Lewis earl of, betrothed, through the conftraint of the Flemings, to Ifabella, daughter of the king of England, II. 206.
Efcapes into France, 207.—Marries the daughter of the duke of Brabant, 251.— Detains an ambaflador from the king of France to the king of Scotland, V. 62.— Supports the caufe of pope Urban in his dominions, againft the Clementifts, 82.—